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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 20: Figure 7

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Arteries of the pelvis and reproductive organs in females.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Arteries of the pelvis and reproductive organs in females

a) Sacral bone.
b) Iliac crest.
c) Anterior superior iliac spine.
d) m. Psoas major.
e) m. Internal iliac.
f) Rectum.
g) Uterus (drawn forward).
h) Broad ligament (s. ligamentum uteri latum).
i) Ovary, in the ovarium ligament.
k) Uterine tube (Fallopian tube).
l) Broad ligament (s. ligament uteri latum s. ala vespertilionis).

  1. descendens abdominal aorta.
  2. middle sacral artery.
  3. gonadal artery artery.
  4. common iliac artery.
  5. femoral artery (s. cruralis).
  6. internal iliac artery (s. hypogastric artery).
  7. uterine artery.
  8. middle rectal artery.
  9. circumflex iliac artery.

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